USAID’s MCSP and WHO evidence brief: Postnatal Care for Mothers and Newborns

USAID’s flagship Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP) along with World Health Organization is excited to introduce our latest evidence brief, Postnatal Care for Mothers and Newborns.

This evidence brief provides highlights and key messages from World Health Organization’s 2013 Guidelines on postnatal care for mothers and newborns. These updated guidelines address the timing and content of postnatal care for mothers with a special focus on resource-limited settings in low- and middle-income countries. This brief is intended for policy-makers, programme managers, educators and providers who care for women and newborns after birth.

Find the brief here – http://bit.ly/1KrsU07

Full WHO recommendations here – http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/97603/1/9789241506649_eng.pdf?ua=1

Help us spread the word to others by sharing this email with your networks and sending out a message on social media. Here are a few sample messages that you and your organizations can use:

The postnatal period is a critical time for #MomandBaby. Learn more from @WHO’s Guidelines for PNC brief http://bit.ly/1KrsU07

Most maternal & infant deaths occur in 1st month after birth. See brief of @WHO’s Guidelines for PNC to learn more http://bit.ly/1KrsU07

See brief from @MCSPglobal highlighting KEY msgs from @WHO’s 2013 Guidelines on PNC for mothers & newborns http://bit.ly/1KrsU07

Please contact me if you have any additional questions. Apologies for any cross-posting.

Sincerely,

Jillian Rossman

Administrative Coordinator, Maternal and Child Survival Program, USAID Grantee

1776 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 20036

tel: 202.835.3112 / skype: jillrossman / www.mcsprogram.org / Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Flickr

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